I am sure I would listen to it again before the third book comes out. I usually do.
Well...... I know that is not very helpful but that is all I can say.
I really do enjoy Nicola. I hear samples of some books and I know there is no way I will be able to listen to that person four hours.
No. The first book I really wanted to know what was going to happen. This one did not draw me in in that way. It didn't develop as fast and there wasn't really anything solved.
I have not read the print version, but I usually enjoy the audio version over print. I can't see why this would be any different.
I liked her as all three of the female characters. Emma, Theresa, and Amanda. Each one of them sounds different during the performance. I know that sometimes with multiple females in a performance they can start to sound the same. It did not happen with this performance.
I did enjoy this book. I just wish some parts had been gone into more. Lots of blank areas in the book. I was thinking it was from the POV the book was written in. Carter states some of why he did what he did for Emma but it was never really gone into detail. If you love this women as much as you say you do for that many years I would have thought there would have been more to say about that.
I love how all the main characters are with each other. I love between the couples is amazing.
Yes I have listened to the whole Beautiful Bastard series. I love the performances in this book and others of the series.
I think I could have. If only life had not gotten in the way.
I have enjoyed the other books in this series, but this one had more emotion envolved with it. There was much more to it then the down and dirty. I really loved that.
I feel that this is the best one so far. I enjoyed the setting, the to character point of view. It was a good little listen.
You know I would have to say Bennett.
What was said between Chloe and Bennett at the end was very sweet.
I would have to say Bennett. He makes me laugh. He has made a complete 180
I enjoyed their performances. The narrators can make or break a book in audible format. Grace Grant is so believable in both Beautiful Bastard and Beautiful Bitch. She is among my favorite narrators.
Yes I think I could/would. I do not tend to go for books of this type. I enjoyed it .
I enjoyed the conference the most. I don't want to give anything away so that is all I am going to day.
I think all audio versions are better then print . So yes. I just loved to have someone read to me as a kid and I still do. I also love that I can be driving in the car, or traveling and have a story (book) to pass the time. So much better then the radio.
I love Cassandra Clare's works. I like the location and era of this book.
Hard to pick just one. It is SO good.
Of course I would and have. I love J.D. Robb's books and Susan Ericksen telling them.
I love them all. Each one is awesome in his or her own special way.
I think I could listen again. Very intriguing book.
I don't know if I was on the edge of my seat, but wow this book pulled me in and kept me the whole time.
He was very good.
I know it may just be me, but I love a crime novel and add medical to it and I'm in heaven. This book was very interesting. You could tell that a ton of research went into it . I can't believe this was the first time I heard of this case. Great story. If you like medical true crime this is a book for you.
I enjoyed Aaron Stanford. I just love seeing events from Four point of view.
He was very pleasant to listen to
I could have. Sadly life got in the way.
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